25, July 2015: “Using appropriate design techniques, you can help the curb appeal of your home while at the same time increase its overall value,” said Josh Hyatt, who believes that with winter right around the corner, there are several reasons why homeowners should consider making some changes to their landscape or outdoor gardens.

“Now is the time to put measures in place that will keep warm, get you ready for Springtime, and of course, helps you to consider outdoor lighting,” added the source.

First, there are many items that can be added to one’s landscape during the colder months that are actually installed to provide a break from the lower temps. The source explains: “Fire pits and outdoor fireplaces are becoming more and more popular as the years go by. Having a place to sit and stay warm during the winter is priceless when you start to feel cooped up inside. Friends, family and guests tend to gravitate to these spaces because of the calm peaceful effect of a warm soothing fire. In addition to the obvious, pergolas and hot tubs can be just the thing for a more intimate, moon-lit night with your spouse or loved one. We invest a lot of hard work and money in our landscape. Why not add something to your outdoor living area that can increase the time you is able to enjoy it?”

However, when getting ready for springtime, there are some major landscaping improvements that can take a longer time to install. Rather than wait until spring when the weather turns warmer, the source advises that persons to go ahead and get their project installed during the winter. In so doing, and by the time spring arrives, “you’ll be enjoying your new landscape during one of the loveliest seasons of the year.”

Patios, retaining walls, outdoor kitchens, etc., are all projects that can be done very efficiently during the winter months, and the experts at Hyatt Landscaping know this all too well. And contrary to popular belief, they believe the winter is actually a great time to plant trees and shrubs.

“The reasons is that many plants and shrubs remain dormant during the winter months and will have not stress or shock from transplanting as it common during the hotter months of the year… and you’re giving it some time to grow and root-in before the heat of the summer arrives,” explains the source.

With many popular flowering trees and shrubs bloom in early spring, the spokesperson noted that “you’ll have the entire year to enjoy all the different aspects of your new landscape.”

This is also a great time of the year to consider outdoor lighting, and the Hyatt Landscaping source said that with, daylight savings time in full effect, the days are shorter, besides persons will be at home in the dark much more often than the rest of the year.

Landscape lighting, argues the source, is the perfect addition to any home because it extends the ability to use your landscape.

“Whether you’re pulling in your driveway after a long day, peaking out your kitchen window at your beautiful back yard, or just out getting some fresh air after dark, landscape lighting is sure to enhance your experience,” said the Hyatt Landscaping spokesperson, who considers properly designed systems can help homeowners safely enjoy their most valuable asset, while allowing them to take advantage of and appreciate your landscape whenever they want.

For Media Contact:
Person Name: Josh Hyatt
Company: Hyatt Landscaping
Address: 8332 Harvell Rd,
Stanfield, North Carolina 28163
Phone: (704) 888-5390